Authorities say the officer called dispatch to report the shooting.
According to NBC News, "Dallas police in a statement said that preliminary information suggests the officer involved called for help, and told responding officers that "she entered the victim's apartment believing that it was her own".
She says she spoke with Jean's sister to officer condolences to the family. Hall said the officer would be publicly identified after she was officially charged.
"Right now, there are more questions than answers,"Chief Ulysha Renee Hall said Friday during a press conference". "We have not interviewed [the officer]". He was then taken to a local hospital, where he later died, the police chief said.
Hall says the Texas Rangers will conduct an independent investigation.
So far this year, at least 694 people have been shot and killed by police, according to a Washington Post database on police-involved shootings. She walked into what she thought was her own home, and saw a man there who she didn't recognize. He is originally from the Caribbean island of St. Lucia.
The Christian Chronicle reports that he is being remembered for his lovely singing voice - he often led songs during services - and the depth of his faith.
Harding University President Bruce McLarty asked Jean to lead the singing of a particular old hymn in chapel, according to the post.
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Authorities haven't said how the officer got into Jean's home, or whether his door was open or unlocked. When he returned that night, he sang the song with grace and poise, as though he'd always known it. A family friend said that Allison Jean could not comment Friday because she was receiving chemotherapy treatment.
"How can this nasty world take you away from me", Earl wrote.
"This is a awful tragedy", Jean's employer said.
According to the victim's Facebook page, Jean studied accounting at Harding University in Arkansas.
"Somebody has to be insane not to realize that they walked into the wrong apartment", Allison Jean, who lives in the family's native St. Lucia, told NBC News. She was visiting a daughter in Florida when she learned her son had been killed. It just feels like a nightmare. "I wish I could wake up".
After entering Botham Shem Jean's apartment, the officer shot him at least once.
"It's like a big chunk of the church's heart has been ripped out", she said. They are now seeking a manslaughter warrant against that officer. according to NBC News. "I don't know if she was exhausted but that's pretty scary", Richard Healy Nelson, who lives in the complex where the shooting occurred, told FOX 4 News.